The Financial Time Series app will be removed in a future release and
will no longer accept a
fints object to a
timetable object. For more information, see Convert Financial Time Series Objects fints to Timetables.
The Financial Time Series app enables you to create and manage financial time series
fints) objects. The Financial Time Series app interoperates with
the Financial Time Series Graphical User Interface (
ftsgui) and Interactive Chart (
chartfts). In addition, you can use Datafeed Toolbox™ software to connect to external data sources.
A financial time series object minimally consists of:
Desc, which is the description field.
Freq, which is a frequency indicator field.
Dates, which is a date vector field. If the date vector
incorporates time-of-day information, the object contains an additional
In addition, you can have at least one data series vector. You can specify
names for any data series vectors. If you do not specify names, the object
uses the default names
series3, and so
In general, the workflow for using the Financial Time Series app is:
Create a variable.
Convert the variable to
fints to a MATLAB® double object.
To obtain the data for the Financial Time Series app, you need to use a MATLAB double object or a financial time series (
object. You can use previously stored internal data on your computer or you can connect
to external data sources using Datafeed Toolbox software.
You must obtain a license for these products from MathWorks before you can use Datafeed Toolbox.
After creating a financial time series object, you can use the Financial Time Series
app to change the characteristics of the time series object, including merging with
other financial time series objects, removing rows or columns, and changing the
frequency. You can also use the Financial Time Series app to generate various forms of
plotted output and you can reconvert a
fints object to a MATLAB double-precision matrix.